ER Dr. Vincent Louis came to the Eagles game straight from the Mummers Parade and saved the life of a man who collapsed inside the Linc
ER Dr. Vincent Louis, along with nurse Natalie Nichole saved the life of a man who collapsed at the Eagles vs. Saints game on Sunday afternoon.
Dr. Louis came straight from Broad Street dressed in full mummers gear and face paint to watch the Birds lay an egg against Andy Dalton and the New Orleans Saints. A man collapsed in his section about ten rows higher than him prompting Louis and Natalie Nichole to rush to the man’s aide and administer CPR and chest compressions to save his life.
Talk about being in the right place at the right time.
Dr. Vincent Louis and Natalie Nochile saved a life at the Eagles game
“This mummer, sitting two seats to the right of me at the Eagles game, is an ER doctor at Einstein. 10 rows behind us, something happened where a dude ended up being upside down, with the top of his head on the step of the aisle. He was pulseless and literally blue. The ER doctor who came from the Mummers parade literally saved his life. Dude was so lucky this guy was so close because it took a long time for medical staff to get to him. That was a more exciting 2nd quarter than I expected.”
Natalie Nichole started the chest compressions, and Vincent finished them until the medical staff got to the scene and helped save the man’s life. Nichole posted more information on Facebook following the game.
“I’m the nurse that first responded to the scene. No one would help me get the guy off of his head and on his back until Vincent showed up. He, another man, and I got the guy on his back. Vincent checked his carotid pulse and said it was thready, told me to start compressions until they get there with an AED, so I did. I did a round of compressions and then Vincent took over. The man came to and then EMTs showed. I got out of the way once they were on the scene. Does anyone know how the man made out? I know he was sitting up and talking when they carried him out.”
Shoutout to both Natalie and Vincent.
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